Holistic and team approach in health care

  title={Holistic and team approach in health care},
  author={Dubravko Huljev and Tatjana Pandak},
  journal={Signa Vitae},
Holistic medicine means consideration of the complete person, physically, psy-chologically, socially, and spiritually, in the management and prevention of dis-ease. These different states can be equally important. All healthcare practitioners should aspire towards a holistic approach to patients and attempt to practice it. Rec-ognizing the ‘whole’ person in the preven-tion and treatment of a disease may hold the key to some diagnoses for doctors. It may also allow valuable and important help… 

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